Cardno Entrix Labor Committee 2019-2020

On September 20, 2019, the employees and employers held elections for leadership positions within the company’s Labor Committee, 2019 - 2020 period.
Employees voted for their representatives, whom will be in charge of communicating their needs and requirements to senior management, as well as to the human resources department, in order to improve working conditions, companionship and teamwork.

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Safety, Health and Environment in the Oil and Gas Industries

The first workshop organized by the Latin American Drilling Safety Association (LADS), “Introduction to Safety, Health and Environment in the Oil and Gas Industries,” took place this past April at the Central University of Ecuador campus in Quito.
The event received the support and sponsorship of outstanding oil companies and service providers for the hydrocarbon sector, such as: Halliburton, Repsol, Shushufindi Consortium, Tuscany, Schlumberger, Tecpetrol, Sertecpet, Orion Energy and Baker Hughes. It also counted with the participation of students and faculty members from the School of Geology, Mining, Oil and Environmental Engineering from the Central University of Ecuador.

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World Environment Day with the Shushufindi Consortium

On the 4th and 5th of June we celebrated World Environment day by participating in a two-day workshop on Water and Hazardous Materials Management at the Hotel Sevilla de Oro in Shushufindi, Ecuador. The event was organized by the Shushufindi Consortium and counted with the participation of entities such as Shushufindi Consortium, Schlumberger, Petroamazonas EP, ISA, PECS, and Cardno Latin America.

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Cardno Latin America Presents at the IAIA 2019 in Australia

Melanie Aleman, Sustainable Development Specialist at Cardno Latin America, and Pablo Salvador, biologist at Cardno Latin America, travelled to Brisbane, Australia this April to participate in the 39th Annual Conference of the International Association for Impact Assessment. This year’s conference theme was “Evolution or Revolution: Where Next for Impact Assessment?” and it brought together more than 1000 participants from over 80 countries, sharing and debating the trends of impact assessment and other related topics.

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